Gray wolf pack spotted in California’s Cascades for first time in nearly a century

Gray wolf pack spotted in California’s Cascades for first time in nearly a century.On a Northern California hiking trail near the Cascades’ Mount Shasta, two all-black adult wolves and five 4-month-old pups have been captured on film. It’s the first time in modern history that a gray wolf pack has been seen in the state since its population was hunted to extinction nearly a century ago.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife released photos Thursday showing the wolves — dubbed the Shasta Pack — rummaging around in rural Siskiyou County

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